To hear the story told, kitchens and bathrooms sell houses. Neither of these rooms sold me my house, its price tag and the desired number of bedrooms did. It was the best house we could afford at the time, and that meant a house with bathrooms and a kitchen that need a gut job. Because sadly, good taste doesnt automatically come with a matching trust fund, am I right?
What I'm getting at here, is my bathrooms are short on luxury and feeling homey. They feel a little more like the builder basic special circa 1992. I was in the mood for a project so I decided to hit up the master and the kids baths. Both have medicine cabinets that needed some organizing but then I took it a step farther and lined them with fabric.
This is not mine, my fabric is just like this but in green. I'm using this photo because my cabinet is full of band aids and deodorant and other unattractive things, But, the back, the back is beautiful!
Here's how I did it.
I took out the shelves and used a paper grocery bag to make a template. I smashed the bag into the hole, traced around it, cut it out and then cut my fabric to size. Then I used Elmer's spray adhesive on the back of the cabinet and the back of the fabric. That's it. Easy and it took maybe 15 minutes to do 2 cabinets. Totally cute. Not a dream master bath but whateve's, I'll take my happy in bits and pieces.
(image via paloma81.blogspot.com)